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BJP demands dismissal of TRS Ministers

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WINDING UP: BJP State president N. Indrasena Reddy participating in a roadshow on the last day of campaigning in Sangareddy on Thursday.

SANGAREDDY: BJP State president N. Indrasena Reddy, has demanded that Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy impress upon the Congress led UPA Government at the Centre to remove the TRS Ministers on whom the State Government had reportedly submitted a proof of having links with the Maoists.

He was here to participate in road shows at Sangareddy and Sadasivapet. Addressing a press conference Indrasena Reddy said that the BJP has decided to maintain distance with the TDP even after the municipal elections. He was confident that the party would perform well on its own strength and alleged that the Congress and the TDP were trying to subvert popular opinion by flooding the municipalities with money and liquor. He alleged that the Congressmen kidnapped one Gopinath, the BJP candidate for 30th ward in Chittoor. He demanded the State Election Commission to take action on such parties that resort to "terror and brute force." He also demanded the CPI to clarify its stand on Hyderabad liberation day. He challenged the CPI for a public debate on the role of CPI after the liberation.

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